The 191st edition of Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about Injustice 2, BlackBerry apps, McAfee on the S8 and more Android apps news!
As long as your device is running Android 5.0 or higher, you can get apps like BlackBerry Keyboard and BlackBerry Hub without having to root your phone.
We’d say that BlackBerry is back, but the truth is they never left. The one-time smartphone king has been on the ropes for years now, but it hasn’t been for lack of trying. The Z30 of 2014 featured compatibility with Android apps, the Priv of 2015 switched to Android and brought back the physical keyboard in […] This story was originally published at BlackBerry KEYOne Review
While the Motorola Q phone got delayed in its release, I went out and got the new Cingular Blackberry 8700c a few months ago. Since then, my hands down favorite application has been Google Maps for my device. Call me cheap, but I have always hated using 411 service and getting charged exorbitant rates for... The post My favorite wireless app appeared first on BeyondVC.
Mobile messaging giant Line has announced that it will discontinue its service on BlackBerry, Firefox OS, and Nokia Asha mobile platforms on July 3, 2017. Additionally, Line says that it’s killing its Windows 8 app. The news may not come as a huge surprise, given that BlackBerry itself is no longer a phone company and is all but […]
The BlackBerry Privacy Shade app prevents the people around you from seeing your screen while you're texting or surfing the web...
Privacy Shade is an app that that blocks out your display except for a small viewing area. You control the viewing area by dragging it around the screen.
There are lots of times when people around us can see what’s on our phone screens, and that can make it tricky to read confidential texts or emails. Thankfully, BlackBerry has a smart solution to that problem for Android users. Its new...Show More Summary
With the BlackBerry Privacy Shade app, the company has created an app that prevents anyone around you from easily seeing what is on your screen.
BlackBerry may not be making its own hardware anymore, but that means it can further focus on software. And with such a focus on security, the company is taking it another step further by announcing the Privacy Shade app. This app will obscure your screen except for what you’re viewing. [...]
We check out the DTEK app, device settings, app-level permissions, and encryption options.
Remember when Research in Motion’s BlackBerry smartphones set the bar? My first smartphone was a BlackBerry 7130e. I loved the phone. And then my son gave it a bath in a ginger ail. The 7130e had it all: A scroll wheel, Java apps, a keyboard and a swappable battery that would last for days. Show More Summary
BlackBerry may not be making its smartphones anymore, but it's still producing productivity-focused apps. To help extend the excitement of the forthcoming BlackBerry Mercury, the company has launched BlackBerry Notable for BlackBerry Hub+ users. Show More Summary
BlackBerry may not be building its phones anymore, but it is making apps. BlackBerry has unveiled a brand new Android app called Notable. With it, users can capture what’s displayed on their phone’s screen and then edit that content with free-form drawing, stickers, and text. It’s a quick way to make [...]
BlackBerry Notable is a new application for Android devices which allows you to annotate images and easily share them with friends or coworkers.
BlackBerry's new app, Notable, lets users quickly capture their screen and make notes on them.
Twilio isn’t worried about competition in the communication space, at least not for now. Company chief executive Jeff Lawson seemed to dismiss news this week regarding BlackBerry’s launch of a messaging app developer kit, suggesting that there wasn’t anything his cloud-based communication platform had to worry about. During Twilio’s fourth quarter earnings call on Tuesday, […]
BlackBerry announces a new licensing deal for the Asian market and a software development kit (SDK) that allows app developers to add communications into their apps. Both are proof that BlackBerry is delivering on its promise to become a software company.